Friday, November 16, 2012

Censored Deaths Facilitate Police Violence

November 16, 2012 -- My comment at YouTube was prevented at the video about the San Francisco Board of Mental Health's resolution against equipping police with Tasers at this link  http://youtu.be/5br06cJ3QBw . If they let one of you comment at the YouTube video, please post it for me:
 
"Why does the video on SF Board of Mental Health praise Memphis Crisis Intervention (CIT) program? Don't they know about the continuous police shootings of mentally ill people in Memphis and the murder of Larry Neal while under 18 days of secret arrest? See http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2012/11/sf-mental-health-board-no-tasers-for.html . That is why it is important to expose police violence on PressTV, Lawless America, and my book Cochran Firm Fraud. Hiding deaths reduces security."

Police think they do not have to stop killing mentally ill people in Memphis, because those deaths are CENSORED.


DOG JUSTICE IS NEEDED FOR
AMERICA'S MENTALLY ILL CITIZENS
 
November 16, 2012 -- My comment at YouTube was prevented at the video about the San Francisco Board of Mental Health's resolution against equipping police with Tasers at this link  http://youtu.be/5br06cJ3QBw. If they let one of you comment at the YouTube video, please post it for me:
 
"Why does the video on SF Board of Mental Health praise Memphis Crisis Intervention (CIT) program? Don't they know about the continuous police shootings of mentally ill people in Memphis and the murder of Larry Neal while under 18 days of secret arrest? See http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2012/11/sf-mental-health-board-no-tasers-for.html . That is why it is important to expose police violence on PressTV, Lawless America, and my book Cochran Firm Fraud. Hiding deaths reduces security."

Police think they do not have to stop killing mentally ill people in Memphis, because those deaths are CENSORED.


DOG JUSTICE IS NEEDED FOR
AMERICA'S MENTALLY ILL CITIZENS
 

2 comments:

David Couper said...

Inept, corrupt or unresponsive police hurt everyone -- including the police. To find out why and what can be done, follow my blog at http://improvingpolice.wordpress.com.

Mary Neal said...

Thank you for your comment, David Couper. You are correct that bad policing negatively impacts everyone, including police officers themselves. It creates a volatile work atmosphere for righteous police officers. Consider the Dorner story and what is happening in New York today in the aftermath of the Kimani Gray killing. We will visit your blog to learn about suggested answers.